The LGBT Resource Center is only conducting trainings by request of individual offices or departments, with a strong focus on the impact of the Gender Recognition Act. You are encouraged to take the online training Gender Recognition: A Focus on Transgender, Nonbinary, and Intersex Awareness. To schedule an in-person training to expand on the online module, please contact Nancy Tubbs, Director of the LGBT Resource Center at email@example.com or (951) 827-2267.
You must be a UCR employee to access the online training via the UCR Learning Center.
Gender Recognition: A Focus on Transgender, Nonbinary, and Intersex Awareness – Online Training
UC Riverside is making strategic and systemic changes to ensure inclusion of transgender, nonbinary, and intersex people. These changes include our data systems, policies, and creating greater awareness within our community. To help build that awareness, this course will introduce you to terms and concepts related to gender and nonbinary identities, as well as best practices for name, pronoun, and title usage. Length: 20 minutes.
- Become familiar with terms and concepts related to gender, gender identity, gender expression, and the nonbinary and intersex communities.
- Understand the Gender Recognition Act.
- Understand name, title, salutation, and pronoun best practices.
- Locate resources to continue learning about these topics.
The following in-person trainings are on hiatus. However, if you contact center staff, we may have the capacity to create an educational session for your specific department or program.
LGBT Cultural Competency Training
Increase your cultural competency and understanding of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender community. Learn about terminology, the continuum of sex, gender, and sexuality, and how heterosexism, biphobia, and transphobia affect individuals and campus climate. Interact with a student panel and take away campus and community resources. Length: 3 hours.
Creating a Trans-Inclusive Work Environment
This workshop will increase your knowledge of gender identity and expression, diversity within the transgender community, and current UC and government resources, policies, and laws. We will address both staff and faculty concerns and provide communication skills and action tips for creating a more trans-inclusive campus and workplace. Length: 2 hours.